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Evan Jonigkeit as Greg in 20th Century Studios’ THE EMPTY MAN. Photo by Ilze Kitshoff. © 2020 20th Century Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Here’s your chance to see ‘The Empty Man’ adaptation first!

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Released in October, BOOM! Studios has revealed The Empty Man, a movie based on their acclaimed horror series, is getting a digital release on January 12, 2021. In the world of The Empty Man comics, it’s been one year since the first reported case of the titular disease, and no drug has been able to slow its progress. The cause is unknown, and the symptoms include fits of rage, hideous hallucinations, and suicidal dementia, followed by death or a near lifeless, “empty” state of catatonia. As cults rise nationwide, the FBI and CDC enter a joint investigation of the Empty Man, racing against the clock to piece together clues to stop the cult and uncover a cure.

AIPT is giving away digital codes for the movie’s January 12 release. If you are a Patreon you can leave a comment on our Discord server. If you are not a Patreon, comment on this article for your chance to win your own code. We will announce the winner’s for the codes later this week.

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The Empty Man comes makes its digital premiere January 12.

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